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The Chemistry of Fireworks

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Royal Society of Chemistry
Explosives technology & pyrotechnics, Physical chemistry, Explosives, Technology, Science, Science/Mathematics, Chemistry - Physical & Theoretical, Engineering - Chemical & Biochemical, Science / Chemistry / Ge
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Open LibraryOL8285879M
ISBN 100854045988
ISBN 139780854045983

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Its scope ranges from the history of gunpowder and fireworks in the UK, to the chemical characteristics of gunpowder, the form and functioning of all the main types of fireworks, special effects, fireworks safety and current fireworks legislation.

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The chemistry of fireworks has remained basically the same since their discovery. Gunpowder, which is the basis of many fireworks, is supplemented with metal powders to create sparky effects.

The three basic ingredients are potassium nitrate (75 percent), charcoal (15 percent), and sulfur (10 percent). For centuries, fireworks have been a source of delight and amazement in cultures around the world.

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